Structure, contents, execution, and timing of bedtime stories shapes humor, sympathy, kindness, and helpfulness.
When babies cry, they alert caregivers of their needs or problems. Learn why it's important to pick them up.
Here are five things you should teach your children to prepare them for success later in life.
Common causes babies spit up or regurgitate their food or formula and suggestions on ways to minimize how much and how often they do.
A background on what leads a person to feel the need or desire to find themselves, with activities to help them on their path.
Pro-life people have the responsibility of ensuring the kids they save don't spend their lives wishing they were never born. Pro-choice people's responsibility is to ensure that obstacles don't prevent true choice.
Bullied children across America suffer needlessly. The number and severity of attacks by bullies continue to increase exponentially with the availability of social media sites and texting capabilities. States, desperate to get a handle on it, impose fines or jail parents of bullies. Is this fair?
Read on to explore whether coaches have the right to bench poorer performing youth, as well as what happens to a child if they are sidelined often.
Many shoppers for children with autism require a set of guidelines different from the set for neurotypical children. What shoppers purchase may not coincide with age or manufacturer's suggestions.
Attitude. That's what it takes to stop people from taking advantage of you and it can also help you make changes to improve your life.
The conveniences the Internet provides, such as employment, shopping, and e-commerce, enhance the lives of reclusive people.
Learn ways to overcome the painful effects of negative accusations or statements made by judgmental people, bullies, and others. The included exercise can help make you feel better.
Grocery stores can increase sales by providing services that attract more customers and that are likely to increase the amount of money people spend per order.
A class designed to teach preteens, as well as, teenagers skills to make well informed, empathetic decisions regarding typical issues they encounter with a portion devoted to teaching self-defense.
A guide to looking at your relationship in a new light and making changes to get on with your life.
A trilogy of poems depicting a young girl's journey from refugee to American. She came; she saw; she conquered!
Learn positive things to do when you are fighting off a broken heart.
When truck drivers have to renew their licenses or when new truck drivers have to take the CDL exam, they need to know how to convert what they do into words or phrases likely to be found on the exam.
Microsoft Word provides templates and tools that make designing an ad easy for even people with the least bit of design knowledge. This article provides detailed instructions with design tips to make it easy for most.
Become more aware of actions that make someone feel bullied and take action to change those things.
A collection of poems examining life and how it is perceived and observed by others.
Learn how to train yourself to be a kinder person in five easy steps.
When corporation leaders bully their employees with threats against their livelihood, labor unions stand up, block their punches, and put them in their place.
Waiting until the day before an exam to study is never a good idea but if you find yourself in that situation this article provides tips and tricks to help you remember what you cram into your brain the day before. It also gives tips and tricks on how to analyze multiple choice questions so you can...
Have you ever wondered why somebody becomes a recluse? The reasons are not as strange as some people may think.
Surroundings and friends play major roles in the decisions our children make and the actions they take. Portraying strong examples of the positive traits we want them to emulate gives them a view of what the right thing looks like and why being honorable is important.
A who'dun'it approach and analysis uncovering the patterns of a botched investigation in Susan Glaspell's short story A Jury of Her Peers; based on the true story of Margaret Hossack.
An analysis of the role bullying played in the fate of the mental patients in Ken Kesey's "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest."